The dignitaries in the picture (starting with those touching the scissors) include CNS CEO Michael K. Garrett (in the middle); immediately to Garrett’s right is State Representative Hank Vaupel, and next to State Representative Vaupel is CNS Board Chair Ben Anderson. To Garrett’ left are CNS Chief Medical Officer Dr. Michele Reid, State Representative Tim Greimel and Reverend Dr. Deedee Coleman. Others in the photo include CNS’ clients and board members.







  CNS Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Dedicated to Those CNS Serves

NOVI, MI - On Monday, October 2, 2017, Community Network Services (CNS) celebrated the grand opening of its new corporate office in Novi, Michigan. The ceremony was more than just a meet and greet. Its focus was about people – the more than 13,000 clients (consumers) CNS, annually, serves.

CNS is a private, non-profit human services agency accredited by CARF. At its new Novi headquarters, CNS offers administrative, outpatient and social support services. In addition to its corporate office, CNS provides outpatient and social support services at its Dearborn, Southfield, Pontiac and Waterford facilities.

Since its inception, CNS has always taken care of its consumers’ needs. CNS was founded on the belief that people living with mental illness and substance use disorders warrant access to integrated, high-quality health care, and other supportive services that make it possible for consumers to live better lives in their community. According to CNS CEO Michael K. Garrett, “This conviction is embedded in CNS’ DNA.”

In keeping with this value, Garrett said, “Consumers participated in this Ribbon Cutting because they are the reason we exist. Although, we are cutting a ribbon, this ceremony represents much more … at CNS, we are making a difference in consumers lives!

In addition to consumers, some of the other dignitaries and program participants included State Representative Hank Vaupel (47th District), Chair Health Policy Committee and Co-Chair C.A.R.E.S. Mental Health Task Force, State Representative Tim Greimel (29th District), Oakland County Commissioner David Bowman, Novi Assistant Chief of Police Erick Zinser, and the President of The Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit & Vicinity, Inc. and Pastor of Russell Street Missionary Baptist Church Reverend Dr. Deedee Coleman as well as CNS Board Members, its senior leadership team, staff and the public-at-large. More than 200 guests attended CNS’ grand opening events – the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and the Open House.





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